I imagine there will be a rash of polls tonight for me to discuss with Kate Bevan on the BBC News Channel paper review at 11.20pm. First out is ComRes for the Indy on Sunday...
Con 39 (+2)
Lab 32 (+2)
LD 16 (-4)
Other 13 (-)
Incl Green 3, Ukip 2,BNP 1
The only surprising thing about that poll is the dramatic fall of the LibDems. In every other recent poll they are around the 20 mark.
Other questions asked were: Are the Tories ready for govt? 44% agree, 44% disagree. but 54% say a Labour government is more likely to increase taxes than a Tory government.
UPDATE 8.30pm: Sunday Telegraph/ICM Con 38, Lab 30, LD 21.
UPDATE: 8.35pm: UK Polling Report analyses the NOTW ICM poll on marginals. Bear in mind these are not ALL marginals. "The poll covered 96 Labour held seats where the Conservatives need a swing of between 4% and 10% to win (so like MORI’s marginal polling, it straddles the 7% or so swing the Conservatives would need to win an overall majority – the Conservatives would need to take about half of these to win, if they won them all they would have a majority of about 100)."